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Old 08-19-2003, 02:39 PM   #1
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I don't know how many of you listen to Mozart of classical music, specifically Baroque music. But if you do, what's your job?

I've recently found out that studies have proven that those who listen to Amadeus' music have actually increased their intelligence. They are able to learn more and more details in less time, as opposed to those who do not listen to Mozart. Music from the Baroque era also does the same. I'm not sure where are the articles, but hopefully I'll find it again.

Don't you think it's time to feed your brain?


P.S. Don't completely rely on this, obviously. You still gotta keep your end of the bargain (studying/working everyday except Barbecue Saturdays)

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Old 08-19-2003, 02:42 PM   #2
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i used to when i was 12. or i used to listen to bach's brandenburg concertos while i cleaned my room...and some other stuff too.

my job at the time was being a pretentious kid.

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I listened to a lot of classical music (especially Mozart) in college.
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